This story is from Military.com by Rebecca Alwine:
It’s an election year. If you aren’t registered to vote in the state you’re stationed in, or if you live overseas, you may be wondering whether it’s worth registering for an absentee ballot. In truth, it’s a headache, even with the Federal Voting Assistance Program (FVAP).
Wait, you didn’t know you could use FVAP as a military spouse? OK, well, let’s address that first.
Yes, military spouses, military children who are eligible to vote and other U.S. citizens who work overseas can all use FVAP. According to its website, “As a military spouse, you are covered under the same law that protects military members’ absentee voting rights. This means if you live outside your voting jurisdiction, you can vote absentee in all federal elections.”
Read the full article here.